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A Right Idea Includes the Fullness of Its Expression
[Note: Extracts from a report prepared for the Reading Room Division by the executive board of a branch church]
Our Reading Room is now established in a ground-floor location in the business section of our city.
In 1953 at a regular meeting of the church members, the thought that the Reading Room should be moved from the church foyer to a downtown location was presented. There were many arguments advanced against this idea, one being the history of two previous attempts to establish a downtown Reading Room many years before, neither of which had worked out satisfactorily. Both times it had seemed necessary to return the Reading Room to the church edifice.
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THE TWO MIRRORS
SAFE IN THE ARK
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
THE ALWAYS OPEN DOOR
EUNICE H. DIZER
THE WAY TO HEAL ENSLAVING HABITS
APPLYING THE RULES BRINGS REWARDS
Charles A. Griffith
THE DEMAND FOR PROGRESS
FINDING ERROR TO BE NOTHING
Helen Wood Bauman
RADIO PROGRAM No. 163 - Victory over Serious Injury
Arthur G. Porter
O give thanks unto the Lord;...
Elizabeth P. Long
I first learned of the great healing...
Walter B. Graham
In the Bible we read (John 10:10)...
Pauline Barnett Zektzer
Because I have received so much...
I should like to express my gratitude...
Martha Jane Richardson
What shall I render unto the...
Anna A. Vinson
The testimonies in The Christian Science Journal...
William C. Isaak
About eight or nine years ago I...
Isobel Patricia Boyd
I have had the privilege of being...
Blanche Mason Meckel
In Matthew we read (5:6)...
Mary Frances Horner
O sing unto the Lord a new...
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